Nexcom NDiS M324 OPS Digital Signage Player
Nexcom NDiS M324 OPS Player is based on Intel® Celeron® Processor J1900 (formerly codenamed “Bay Trail”) and follows the electrical and mechanical specifications of the Open Pluggable Specification. NDiS M324 can be plugged into any OPS-complaint display devices to render rich multimedia contents. Thanks to the modular and cable-less, NDiS M324 satisfies the need for quick deployment and hassle-free maintenance of large digital signage network dispersed in different geographical locations.
Nexcom NDiS M324 is powered by the Intel® Celeron® Processor J1900. The digital signage player has an integrated Intel® Gen.7 graphic engine and supports Microsoft DirectX 11. Taking advantage of the latest Intel® technology, NDiS M324 can accelerate, 3D rendering, image processing and video decoding to provide highly personalised information base on the result of audience measurement to deliver accurate marketing message to target audience.
NEXCOM OPS player complies with Intel Open Pluggable Specification (OPS) aiming to simplify installation, upgrade and maintenance of large scale digital signage applications. For large-scale deployment, the NDiS M series shrinks installation from hours to minutes. Using Intel® Active Management Technology (Intel® AMT) the OPS player can be remotely powered on and off while offering out-of-band system access. Since Intel® AMT allows the OPS player to be remotely accessed and diagnosed, software issues can be repaired wirelessly while failed hardware components can be identified in advance for preventive maintenance, thus lowering maintenance costs and onsite visits.